Tosh.0 is a comedy series on Comedy Central hosted by the popular stand-up comedian Daniel Tosh. Tosh.0 has been consistently aired since June 4th, 2009.Tosh.0 typically features collections of humorous, or exciting viral videos from the internet, further satirized by the limitless wit of comedian Daniel Tosh. The show also features pictures from the internet and also from viewer submissions which are then discussed and made fun of.
While reviewing the video clips and pictures Daniel Tosh chooses one of them and gives himself twenty seconds to post as many comedic posts about the video segment or picture, twenty seconds that end when Tosh no longer can think of anything to post. During the end of this portion of the show Tosh starts what he calls the "Video Breakdown", in which Tosh critiques and pokes fun at a video segment from the internet, frequently stopping the video to more clearly illustrate pivotal moments throughout the length of the selected video.
The most popular portion of the show for many viewers is the "Web Redemption", while the redemption's do not take place in every episode, they are quite frequent throughout the series. Daniel Tosh's "Web Redemption" features a 'star' from one of the viral videos from the recent past; Tosh invites the person from the popular video onto the stage with him so that they can then view and discuss the individual's video, often Tosh will attempt to reenact the video with the guest, the guest meanwhile attempts to explain the video or what they might have done in the video in an effort, usually, to make themselves less embarrassed; A lot of viral video stars are more recognizable to the general public than some Hollywood celebrities, and, needless to say, not always in a good way.
Every week the show features a segment titled "Viewer Video of the Week". In the "Viewer Video of the Week" segment, Tosh reviews the video clip that achieves the highest number of viewer's votes, instantly boosting the video into internet stardom.
In addition to those immensely popular segments of Tosh.0, the show also frequently features such segments as "Web Remix", "Web Reunion", "Topless Pogo Stunt of the Week", among many others. There is still no word on whether Tosh.0 will return for a fifth season.
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Daniel redeems wrestling's number one fanboy, gets roasted by the least famous people in the world and makes the streets safe for fashion.
Daniel remixes a song with a rap goddess, cleans up the Internet bit by bit and presents a new hashtag for female empowerment.
A hobo gets a CeWEBrity Profile, a creepy critic gets critiqued, and Daniel connects America's racial divide.
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Scare me once, shame on you. Scare me another 40 times, shame on my poor situational awareness. This fantastic viral video is making the rounds today, courtesy of YouTube user andrembennett. In the video, our hero shows us the many different ways one can scare his dad. Or, more specifically, how it doesn't much matter what you say, provided you do a good job of sneaking up on him. We lost count of how many times this poor father was startled in the video, but you have to give his son credit for variation: He scares his dad in the morning, during the afternoon and at night; while he's sleeping, eating, watching TV or brushing his teeth.
Are you ready for this Sunday’s Oscars? Do you need a reminder of which flicks are up for best picture? Daniel Tosh of "Tosh.O" can help. He’ll give you a (not suitable for work) quick run-down all the movies up for the award. Such as “Lincoln.” “Every chance he gets, it’s just, ‘Do you want me to tell you a long, long story?’” And how about the wife? Nag nag nag. Always wanting more, never happy. “‘I just freed a race of people!’ I literally think he might have shot himself.
(Warning: The following contains opinion. It is strictly mine, and is not to be held up as the opinion at large of Yidio.com staff and ownership.) I really don't think Patton Oswalt gets it. Though it's about as likely that he'll stumble across thie piece as $10 million will wear a hole in and break through my apartment ceiling, let's clarify this issue once more: when someone who gets paid to be funny thinks is would be high-f**king-larious to even JOKE about finding humor in gang-rape upon an audience member, expect the "feedback" to be a many-splendored thing.
Another comedian has made headlines for off-color jokes this week, as Daniel Tosh became an Internet target based on a blog post by a cookie blogger. Nope, I'm not making that up. The "Tosh.0" star was appearing at The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles over the weekend when he began a bit about offensive jokes that turned to the subject of rape. According to the blogger (who, by the way, was not there, but posted this information as relayed to her by her friend, who was there), it went like this: "So Tosh then starts making some very generalizing, declarative statements about rape jokes always being funny, how can a rape joke not be funny, rape is hilarious, etc.
Comedian Daniel Tosh gives “Ice Cream Truck Guy” Ken Green a Web Redemption in this week’s newest episode of Comedy Central’s Tosh.0, Season 3. The video, which has received more than 4 million hits on YouTube, shows Green shimmying across a two-way street before being smacked by an Ice Cream Truck. When asked what he was doing by Daniel Tosh, Green replies, “I was dancing.” “Seriously, how are you not dead?” Tosh ponders. Tuesday’s episode will be the third of a season that launched to its biggest week ever.